News: Blackthorns of the Forgotten new cover

As part of our title improvement program, we have rebadged our wonderful paranormal title, Blackthorns of the Forgotten, by Bree T Donovan.

Blackthorns Final Revamped Front Cover

Ireland: leading toward, and crossing over the new Millenium. Gillean Faraday is a successful international musician. His self-made stardom has afforded him every comfort of the material world. But also the self-destructiveness of an artist who has all but sacrificed his soul for fame. His marriage and family are disintegrating.

It is during this period of chaos that Gillean develops a relationship with a supernatural being called Sully, who has chosen to act as Gillean’s guardian – Gillean’s angel. Gillean and Sully are polar opposites who just happen to have the extraordinary connection of soul mates.

The powerful connection between Gillean and Sully becomes complicated when other beings from the hidden world interfere. Good and Evil collide in the tangible form of these characters’ strengths, weaknesses and complexities.

Blackthornes Of The Forgotten is a powerful story of love in its purest form, set in an Ireland that delicately superimposes modernity with the traditions of the paranormal past.

A great, evocative cover by Elizabeth Lang.

Some print and ebook online stores will be showing the old cover for a while but all purchases will contain the new cover. It can be bought from out print and ebook stores now.

News: Ferryman new cover

As part of our title improvement program, we have rebadged our wonderful post apocalyptic title, Ferryman, by Jonathan Wise. We particularly like the haunting face of a drowned woman in a river, and the skyline of Indianapolis, where some of the novel takes place.

Ferryman cover only

A young adventurer descends to the depths of a newly opened cave following a devastating earthquake in Mexico. While he gives into a strange compulsion to take off his oxygen mask and hold it to the microbial slime on the floor, he has but one thought in mind. He hopes to be forgiven.

The days of humanity are numbered when the plague takes its first victim a month later. The few who survive bear witness to the downfall of civilization. Humanity, once masters of their environment, are now slaves to nature. Not that this torment will be long lived, since no pregnancy has been carried to full term.

In this world of lost hope, one man rises to fulfill his destiny and lead the people back. This is the story of the Ferryman.

A wonderful cover by Elizabeth Lang.

Some print and ebook online stores will be showing the old cover for a while but all purchases will contain the new cover.